(Originally published: February 20, 2015)
Two Above: Babyruth Chuaunsu | Two Below: Emmanuelle Aspiras
Created by Chan Lim
Created by Dr. Alex Chan Lim and Dr. Felix Chan Lim
Created by Dr. Linda Flor Gil
The art-pieces are displayed in tight-closed glass, and presented very well just like precious gems that you could see in huge museums. Each porcelain plates are crafted and painted graciously: you could see those very intricate details, painted diligently and patiently - a true work of art.
Created by Dr. Pauline Santiago
Created by Ester Lim and Ethan Vaughn Ong
These made me realize the importance of preserving the craft and our culture, through arts and sharing it with others to encourage us to create and find our own mojo. I believe that these crafts are the most prized possession that you can pass (with no expiration) from generation to generation.
Created by Geoffrey Lim and Iman Franchesca Cristal
Created by Jose Chua
Created by Ka Kuen Chua and Kathleen Uy Kong
Created by Genevieve So and Janice Azarias
Created by Kaye Lim and Kristine Celine Kwok
Created by Ma Flordelis Aguenza
Created by Rolex Chan Lim and Xanthe Vienne Ong
Created by Jolex Chan Lim, Kylie Nicole Padilla, Ma. Charisma Faith Panes and Zea Lim
Created by Kyra Lim
Created by Linda Chua Kwok
Created by Marissa Ong
The exhibit runs from February 2 to 22, at SM Aura Premier, and it is open for public (free admission). I felt so lucky that I passed and have a look (and got lots of photos). The exhibit also helps me to learn more about the old Chinese culture, and now I am excited to attend the available art workshop in the city! My brain is so busy thinking of what and how should I start doing my own art. I just need to be calm and do it, one step at a time.
On this note, I am happy to share you these photos, so whenever you pass by at this exhibit, don’t miss the chance to appreciate it and have your own snapshots too! My favorites are the porcelain plates with horses and sheep. To my excitement, I cropped it and send the photos to my friends, even telling them to save it in their phones or make it as their screensaver, hoping to bring good luck!
Hope you guys enjoy these photos! Speak to you all very soon. Lots of love :D
Originally published: February 20, 2015
Labels: arts and cultures, Chinese contemporary art, Chinese New Year 2016, Chinese paintings, Chinese Porcelain Plate, Year of the Monkey 2016